Support A Way In


Become Part of Our Community

Your financial gifts are vital to A Way In and the work we do connecting Mindfulness practice to the deep wisdom and traditions of Judaism.

Here is how you can support A Way In (links jump to donation modes below):

Go to donate in honor of someone for the Omer season

Go to general donations to support our work

Go to "Celebrate or remember someone special"

Become a Sustainer


Omer Donations

As part of your Omer practice, please consider making a donation during a week of the Omer (and its attribute) that resonates for you and help support our efforts and commitment to make our Omer teachings available to all. If you wish to make a gift in honor or in memory of someone, we will let them know of your gift with an inspirational card.

And for anyone who makes a donation of $72 or more we will send you a package of A Way In greeting cards that combine a beautiful photograph with a psalm verse translated by Rabbi Yael.
Love is forever. Loving-kindness transcends time and space.
Psalm 118:1




General Donations

Your financial support allows us to continue providing Rabbi Yael's teachings for free. Every amount counts, every level of donation makes a difference. Rabbi Yael personally acknowledges each tax-deductible gift.




Honor Someone Special

Celebrate. A donation is an ideal way to honor a new baby,  a special birthday,  a graduation, a wedding or a Bat/Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Yael will send a personal note to acknowledge your life event. 

Remember. You can memorialize the passing of a loved one with a gift to A Way In. Rabbi Yael will send a personal note to whomever you designate with one of her Psalm translations.

Donations can be made in denominations of your choice.


 Become a Sustainer

Olam Hesed Yibenah: The world is built on loving-kindness. -- Psalm 89:3

Olam Hesed Yibenah expresses a deep-seated core value of A Way In practice.

Have you experienced a deep sense of meaning as a result of reading Rabbi Yael’s translations? Has your life been made richer through Rabbi Yael’s teachings? Have Rabbi Yael’s words moved you to a deeper understanding of how Judaism and Mindfulness are intertwined?

If the above speaks to your experience of A Way In, please become a member of our growing list of Sustainers, individuals who donate $500 or more to A Way In during our fiscal year (July 1–June 30). Your tax-deductible contribution will help us continue to reach out to others searching for meaning and enrichment.